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Nettle plant leaves are best harvested when they are young and tender, typically during Late March to Early April

Conversations With Plants: Nettle

Getting to know Nettle: properties, benefits, and more! One hot summer day, a human was walking with their furry companion to the community dog park. Along the gravel path, the pair noticed an outgrown stand of plants. To Rover’s surprise, their human swiftly lifted the pup off the ground. In front of them stood a

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Bunch of Red Clover blossoms

Conversations With Plants: Red Clover

Getting to know Red Clover: properties, benefits, and more! While strolling through the overgrown lot beside their apartment complex, a human stumbled upon a patch of brilliant red-magenta Red Clover. In that reclaimed patch of urban meadow, one of the Red Clovers beckoned the human. Red Clover: Hello there! human: Oh my, excuse me! I

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Creating your own oxymel creations using herbs, honey, and vinegar!

Creating Your Own Herbal Oxymel Recipe

  Oxymel: an ancient Greek word that translates to “acid and honey.” Modern translation? The most delicious way to practice some kitchen witchin’ for the herbally curious! They are the perfect introduction to the world of herbal tonics!   Oxymels have long been used as home herbal medicine. Why? Cooking and herbalism have always been

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chamomile and onion blossom bouquet

Foraging and Creating with Flowers: Herbalist Explorations!

  Is there anything that embodies summer more than multicolored blossoms unfolding in the sunshine? For gardeners and herbalists, we wait for this eye candy all year long. It’s the time of year when we get to reap the beauty of what we sow. The harvest of fresh garden veggies is delicious, but flowers? Pure

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Gingko leaves are best harvested when they begin changing colour from green to yellow in late summer

Conversations With Plants: Ginkgo

Getting to know Ginkgo: properties, benefits, and more! It was rush hour in the city. Throngs of businesspeople shuffled down the sidewalks and car horns flooded the streets. People were eager to return home except for one human who, after work, wandered into the city park. It was quiet there–peaceful. The human rested on the

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summer chickpea salad made with fire cider

Summer Bean Salad: Fire Cider + Chickpeas

Herbalism + Cooking Herbalism and cooking are sisters — both art and science. An ancient collaboration between humans and plants to nourish our bodies, satisfy our tastebuds, and keep us in rhythm with Mother Nature! In many ways, herbalism starts in, and truly belongs in, the kitchen. Stirring fresh garlic into a pot of soup,

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